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Noritake Japan Naomi Fine China Set Dinnerware 102 piece set for sale Ebay Seller: gbhatchery
 
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Here is a nice 102 piece set of Noirake Japan Naomi. These are in excellent condition. These will be listed on Ebay March 6 as an auction listing ending March 11 2018. Link to store: http://stores.ebay.com/gbhatchery?_trksid=p2047675.l2563 For everything else trust: https://www.ebay.com/str/sellerwarehouse
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Japanese Porcelain, Chinaware : Komatsuya 小松屋
 
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Jeremy meets Kappabashi's shop owners, the "Kitchen Town" in the heart of Tokyo. The video is subbed in English.
Views: 1046 Jeremy Meets Japan
Sold 28 Piece Christine Fine Japanese Porcelain China Japan Coffee Cup Saucer Set on eBay
 
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Selling 28 Piece Christine Fine Bone China Japan Coffee Cup and Saucer Set For other unusual items visit my ebay and amazon stores at http://myworld.ebay.com/craigsconsignment & http://www.amazon.com/shops/CraigsConsignment/ Thank you!
Views: 2989 Craig Casey
Style House Fine China Duchess Made In Japan
 
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Style House Fine China Duchess Made In Japan
 
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Style House Fine China Dawn Rose Made In Japan
 
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Japanese Kutani Porcelain Sake Cup - Old Couple Guinomi
 
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Description Beautiful Kutani Japanese sake cup (guinomi in Japanese). Kutani-ware has been produced in Japan for over 300 years within remote villages of the 'nine valleys' (Kutani means nine valleys) region of Kaga province in Japan's Ishikawa prefecture (please see map below). Noted for it's fine brush work and delicate porcelain, Kutani kilns have produced some of Japan's finest ceramic art through generations of refined production. Though the actual origins of Kutani-ware are uncertain, we know that the kilns of the nine valleys were long supported through the patronage of the powerful Maeda clan who were the hereditary rulers of the region. About the Listed Item This splendid Kutani porcelain sake cup features the hand-painted image of an old man and woman seated together. Stylized calligraphy, possibly a poem, decorates the inner lip and the Kutani mark can be seen on the underside of the cup. This sake cup was made during the mid to late Japanese Showa period (1926-1989) and is in good condition with nocracks thoug there are two chips along the lip of the cup. The cup was acquired in the beautiful and historic city of Shizuoka, Japan near the foot of Mt. Fuji. Click here to see additional high-quality Kutani ceramic items available for purchase from our eBay store The Old Tokaido or click here to see more sake cups! Size: Height: 1.1 inches (2.8 centimeters) Diameter: 1.8 inches (4.7 centimeters) Weight: 0.7 ounces (19 grams) Important note: Images of the Kutani items we list are often uploaded to our Japanese Kutani Art blog which is an on-line gallery of unique and interesting examples of fine Kutani art. The purpose of this blog is strictly to share images of some of the wonderful Kutani pieces we encounter in the course of our work, and to provide a digital archive to preserve these images into the future. If you purchase a Kutani item from us and do not want a digital copy of your purchase displayed in the photo blog or archive then please simply send us an email indicating your preference and we will promptly remove the image. More about Japanese sake and sake utensils Sake has long been an important part of Japanese culture. In the past, sake was considered a very special item, reserved for only the most important occasions, such as weddings, birth celebrations and other auspicious events. Sake was considered a sacred drink, and accordingly the first glass poured was always offered to the gods before the remainder could be shared among the celebrants. Sake can be served either warm or cold and special sake flasks are used to both prepare and dispense this unique Japanese drink. Sake is warmed either by immersing the flask (already filled with sake of course) into warm water until the desired temperature is reached or through the use of a special sake kettle called a choshi. The latter method however, though common in old Japan, is today usually reserved for ceremonial events only. Over time, sake utensils, such as cups have developed their own ritual significance which is still evident in modern Japan. For example, it is today common at Japanese engagement parties for the man and woman to exchange sake cups as a sign of their mutual intent to marry. Very beautiful sake cups are also given away to celebrate the birth of a child, as these cherished items are considered symbolic of the significance of the new parent-child relationship. Though normally small in size, sake cups and flasks have long been used in Japan as a medium for the expression of art and calligraphy. Hand-painted cups and flasks are highly collectable both within and outside Japan and are eagerly sought after by collectors who value their utilitarian nature and artistic splendor. item code: R3S6B1R5-0005636 category code: SAKECUP ship code: L2160
Dating and Understanding Chinese Porcelain and Pottery
 
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Dating and Understanding Chinese Porcelain and Pottery. Visit Us at https://bidamount.com/chinese-art-asian-antiques-auction-news-letter-ebay A narrated examination of 237 images of Chinese pottery and porcelain ranging from the Song to Republican period. Numerous images of details, foot rims, reign marks and glazes. Ming, Qing examples. Check our other videos. Presented by dealers plcombs Chinese Art, Gloucester, Massachusetts Sign Up For The Weekly News Letter, its FREE: https://bidamount.com/chinese-art-asian-antiques-auction-news-letter-ebay #asianart #chineseartauction #chineseporcelain
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00042 CLAY ART IN JAPAN 陶芸
 
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JAPANESE CLAY ART
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How to spot a real antique from a fake
 
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Do you know what your antiques are worth? How about those old magazine's you have collected over the years?
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Japan:  Noritake Collection  2015
 
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This video introduces u to worldly known Noritake (“No.ri.ta.ke”) collection. These are highly sought out collectors’ items; however, they are not cheap. This video shows u only a handful of Noritake art-works. Noritake is a tableware and technology company headquartered in Nagoya, Aichi-prefecture in Japan. The simplified version of the company’s history goes as follows (Sources of the information: Wikipedia): 1876 Mr. Ichizaemon Morimura VI and his younger brother, Toyo, founded “Morimura Gumi” (or Morimura Group) with the intent of establishing overseas trading by a J-company. 1878 Toyo had established a business in New York selling J-antiques and other goods, including pottery. 1881 The company was renamed as “Morimura Brothers.” In the 1890s Morimura Brothers had shifted from retail to wholesale operations and started working on design improvements for the pottery and porcelain ware, which had become one third of its business. 1899 All of the pottery and porcelain decorating factories in Tokyo and Kyoto had been consolidated in Nagoya, and the company started research on creating European style hard white porcelain in Japan. 1904 Key members of this trading company created the Nippon Toki Kaisha, Ltd. ("the Company that makes J's Finest China") in J. A new factory was built in Noritake, near Nagoya (As of May, 2015, the address is as follows: Noritake-shinmachi (= Noritake-new city), Nishi-ku (= West district), Nagoya, Aichi-prefecture, JAPAN. U can purchase Noritake via their company Web site. Note: As to eBay et al, u should be careful for they may not be “real Noritake.”) 1914 The company succeeded in creating their first Western style dinner set, called "Sedan", to compete with European porcelain companies. Nippon Toki wares were mostly aimed at the European Market. This forerunner of the modern Noritake Company was founded in the village of Noritake, a small suburb near Nagoya. Most of the company’s early wares carried one of the various “Nippon” back stamps to indicate its country of origin when exported to Western markets. Many collectors agree that the best examples of “Nippon-era” (1891~1921) hand painted porcelain carry a back stamp used by "Noritake" during the Nippon era. 1923 Nippon Toki was looking to streamline its paperwork using machines to handle large orders coming in from the U.S., and it was impressed by the Hollereth tabulating machines manufactured by the Computing Tabulating Recording Company (CTR). 1925 Morimura-Brothers entered into a sole agency agreement with CTR (which had been renamed IBM in 1924) to import the Hollerith machines into J. The first Hollerith tabulator in J was installed at Nippon Pottery in Sept. 1925, making Noritake an IBM customer #1 in J. 1939 Noritake started selling industrial grinding wheels based on its porcelain finishing technology. It now provides ceramic and diamond grinding and abrasive solutions for many industries. Other products currently manufactured by Noritake, also derived from its core tableware manufacturing technologies, include thick film circuit substrates, engineering ceramics, ceramic powder, and vacuum fluorescent displays, as well as heating furnaces and kilns, mixing technology, filtration systems, and cutting and grinding machines. Although consumers and collectors alike have called the tableware, "Noritake" (and/or simply, "Nippon") since the late 1920s, the J-parent company did not officially change its name to the Noritake Co., Limited until 1981. Evidently, since Noritake is the name of a place, the company was initially prohibited from registering the name as a trade name. 2015 The Noritake Garden in Nagoya features the production of its ceramics and crystal glassware. Today, they also produce dentures for globally people are aging fast and perhaps most of them desire to stay beautiful… ; ) Enjoy the video and many thanks for watching… ; D My videos are sort of related to each other, so enjoy others as well and please don’t forget to give a big thumbs up and/or comment if any. Cheers to u all,
Views: 11491 Francis Osuna
Kutani porcelain ware
 
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Kutani Yaki is produced in Ishikawa Prefecture, notably Kaga where beautiful arts and crafts, tea ceremony culture, and other heritage comparable to that of Kyoto were developed and nurtured.
Views: 688 Mai In Japan
BEST JAPANESE TABLEWARE SELECTION ~ ELEGANT JAPANESE CERAMIC & PORCELAIN ~
 
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For more selections: https://japanlifestylesg.blogspot.my/ Amazon purchase: https://amzn.to/2EHPTrO 『CRYSTAL PORCELAIN』from Nagasaki, Japan are called legendary porcelain since it's established date in 15th century. Simple yet elegant design and techniques are considered one of the most exclusive art in Japan. First Collection Shop in Asia at Holland Village, Singapore has opened in December, 2017. 211 Holland Avenue, #02-08 Holland Road Shopping Centre, Singapore, 278967 telephone: +65-6909-2535 , whatsapp: +65-8234-5255, email: [email protected]
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Cool Japan - Japanese Tableware
 
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Porcelain Kaleidoscope by Japanese Artist Fumie Ino with Cherry Blossom and Bird
 
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Beautiful Kaleidoscope featuring Cherry Blossoms and a Bird on the Exterior. Interior images as delicate as a spring day.
Japanese Porcelain Sake Flask - Man with Birds Tokkuri
 
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Description This splendid porcelain sake flask (tokkuri in Japanese) features the image of a man feeding birds along with Japanese writing. This sake flask was made during the late Japanese Showa period (1926-1989) and is in poor to fair condition with chips, scratches and single large crack. Due to these flaws we recommend this flask as a decorative item only as it may leak if used. The flask was acquired in the beautiful and historic city of Shizuoka, Japan near the foot of Mt. Fuji. Click here to see more sake flasks! Size: Height: 5.3 inches (13.5 centimeters) Weight: 5.3 ounces (151 grams) More about Japanese sake and sake utensils Sake has long been an important part of Japanese culture. In the past, sake was considered a very special item, reserved for only the most important occasions, such as weddings, birth celebrations and other auspicious events. Sake was considered a sacred drink, and accordingly the first glass poured was always offered to the gods before the remainder could be shared among the celebrants. Sake can be served either warm or cold and special sake flasks are used to both prepare and dispense this unique Japanese drink. Sake is warmed either by immersing the flask (already filled with sake of course) into warm water until the desired temperature is reached or through the use of a special sake kettle called a choshi. The latter method however, though common in old Japan, is today usually reserved for ceremonial events only. Over time, sake utensils, such as cups have developed their own ritual significance which is still evident in modern Japan. For example, it is today common at Japanese engagement parties for the man and woman to exchange sake cups as a sign of their mutual intent to marry. Very beautiful sake cups are also given away to celebrate the birth of a child, as these cherished items are considered symbolic of the significance of the new parent-child relationship. Though normally small in size, sake cups and flasks have long been used in Japan as a medium for the expression of art and calligraphy. Hand-painted cups and flasks are highly collectable both within and outside Japan and are eagerly sought after by collectors who value their utilitarian nature and artistic splendor. item code: R1S4-0006006 ship code: L1650
Shozo Michikawa demonstration 5    workshop day    handbuilding a Shino style ceramic teabowl
 
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Shozo Michikawa, widely regarded as one of the modern masters of ceramics, gave a lecture at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, followed by a hands-on workshop day. This video is one of a group that span demonstrations given over both days and I hope they will provide an introduction to his work. (NB the sessions were recorded on a small, hand-held camera with limited battery life, so the film quality isn't great.)
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Style House Fine China Princess Made In Japan
 
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Japanese Porcelain Sake Cup - Painted Whistling Guinomi
 
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Description Japanese ceramic sake cup (guinomi in Japanese) with special whistle built into the lip of the cup. To use the whistle the drinker need only inhale lightly while the whistle hole is held to the lip. This sake cup was made during the mid to late Showa period (1926-1989) and is in good condition with no chips though it does have some marks and scratches from handling. There are some tiny cracks at the underside where the whistle hole is located. The cup was acquired in the beautiful and historic city of Shizuoka, Japan near the foot of Mt. Fuji. Click here to see more sake cups! Size: Height: 1.4 inches (3.6 centimeters) Diameter: 2.2 inches (5.7 centimeters) Weight: 1.5 ounces (43 grams) More about Japanese sake and sake utensils Sake has long been an important part of Japanese culture. In the past, sake was considered a very special item, reserved for only the most important occasions, such as weddings, birth celebrations and other auspicious events. Sake was considered a sacred drink, and accordingly the first glass poured was always offered to the gods before the remainder could be shared among the celebrants. Sake can be served either warm or cold and special sake flasks are used to both prepare and dispense this unique Japanese drink. Sake is warmed either by immersing the flask (already filled with sake of course) into warm water until the desired temperature is reached or through the use of a special sake kettle called a choshi. The latter method however, though common in old Japan, is today usually reserved for ceremonial events only. Over time, sake utensils, such as cups have developed their own ritual significance which is still evident in modern Japan. For example, it is today common at Japanese engagement parties for the man and woman to exchange sake cups as a sign of their mutual intent to marry. Very beautiful sake cups are also given away to celebrate the birth of a child, as these cherished items are considered symbolic of the significance of the new parent-child relationship. Though normally small in size, sake cups and flasks have long been used in Japan as a medium for the expression of art and calligraphy. Hand-painted cups and flasks are highly collectable both within and outside Japan and are eagerly sought after by collectors who value their utilitarian nature and artistic splendor. item code: R3S6B1R20-0005539 category code: SAKECUP ship code: L1650
Locati, LLC: Antique of the Week Chinese Export Porcelain
 
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Philadelphia's Premier Online Auctioneer of Antique Furniture, Fine Art, Silver, Asian Art & Americana Locati, LLC is located at the historic 1815 Lukens Manor Property in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, just minutes from Center City Philadelphia, the Main Line, and Bucks County. Specializing in fine antiques and art from the 19th century and earlier, strong prices have been realized in furniture, fine art, American and Continental silver, Chinese, Japanese, Korean art, fine porcelain, estate jewelry, early glass, coins, and Americana. Locati, LLC holds monthly online auctions. For more information please visit : locatillc.com
Views: 2406 Michael Locati
Fine Art Porcelain BJD Dolls by Forgotten Hearts. Aiko, Liang and Huan
 
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http://www.Forgotten-Hearts... http://www.facebook.com/FHD... Instagram @FHDolls Forgotten Hearts dolls are made in porcelain by AiiS Roman & Gamalier Bravo. - We have transformed what is known as a traditional doll in to something totally modern taking the female anatomy to its highest level in detail and aesthetics. The "Ball Jointed Dolls" as known in Japan are articulated collectible dolls . The " BJD " has a special mechanism which allows you to pose with ease. - The inspiration behind the dolls: - Everything that involves the making of our dolls is completely handmade. Their wigs are made with real hair and modern styles with Japanese and European trends. Tattooing in modern times has been accepted as a medium of artistic expression. We have incorporated the tattoes symbolically in our art using engraving techniques to represent specific subjects on every doll. Their outfits are inspired by styles such as Anime, Art Nouveau , Harajuku , Victorian, Gothic and others. We incorporate gemstone jewelry like diamonds , agate and pearls. Shoes are also handmade, these include a wide variety of styles like platforms , sandals and slippers. - Our work is a combination of words, music and art. They all have a message to tell based on our own experiences inspired on the afterlife, spirituality, motherhood and memories of the past. We give a unique personality to each one of them. That is why we have incorporated the poetry and videos that are also created by us. - Forgotten Hearts dolls are classified as "One of a Kind" ( OOAK ) they are unique collection pieces. With over 10 years of experience, the end result is a fusion of artistic techniques where sculpture , painting, engravings, illustration , hairdressing , fashion design, poetry, photography and video among others are complemented to create a captivating and unique piece of art. - Brief instructions:- Dolls are made using the finest and silkiest milky white translucent porcelain. They have fully articulated bodies with up to 21 articulation points with leather lining on every joint for a smoother rotation. Some of them have engraved and painted luxurious tattoos. They are painted with permanent china paints, the same that are used in ceramics and porcelains that resist scratches. - They all have Individually applied eyelashes, hand made glass eyes and hand painted face features. All of them have one of a kind premium soft removable mohair wigs. Their outfits are entirely hand made and one of a kind. Keywords: BJD , Ball Jointed Dolls , Porcelain BJD , Ooak , Ooak Dolls , How to make BJD Dolls , Asian BJD , Fine Art , Mermaids , Fairies , Fantasy Dolls , Fairy Tale , Aidamaris Roman , Aiis Roman , Gamalier Bravo , Anime BJD , BJD Frog , BJD Prince , BJD Boy , Male BJD , BJD Guy , Anime Boy , Love Story , BJD Stop Motion Movie , Tattooed BJD , Tattoo , Engraving , Glass Eyes , China Paints , how to make porcelain BJD's , tutorials . FHDolls , Dolls , Forgotten Hearts Dolls , Porcelain Dolls . Collectible Dolls .
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Arita Japan 400-Year-Old Porcelain Town - Arita Yaki, The Cradle Of Porcelain Manufacturing 🇯🇵🍜🏯
 
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Arita Japan 400-Year-Old Porcelain Town - Arita Yaki, The Cradle Of Porcelain Manufacturing 🇯🇵 🍜 🏯 DISCOVER the magical creations of Arita Porcelain 🇯🇵 🍜 🏯 http://amzn.to/2DSdxWh - EXPLORE more videos in the Top Japan Tourist Attractions Series ⚡🔥💥 http://bit.ly/japan-attractions EXPERIENCE Your 🇯🇵 Big Trip To Japan. BE Something Greater. GET Your Travel Guide 🇯🇵 🌏 📕 http://amzn.to/2DT39LD SUBSCRIBE On YouTube 👍 http://bit.ly/youtube-bigtriptojapan Arita Japan 400-Year-Old Porcelain Town - Arita Yaki, The Cradle Of Porcelain Manufacturing 🇯🇵 🍜 🏯 With a population of less than 20,000 people in this quit Japanese town, since the 17th century, Arita has been one of the primary producers of Japan's most prestigious exports: Arita yaki, Arita ware porcelain. The porcelain from Arita, dating back 400 years, was officially dubbed as one of Japan's Traditional Crafts in 1977. Since 1616, Arita, located within the Kyushu region of Japan, has been one of the most renowned places to craft porcelain since the discovery of its raw materials. The porcelain creations from Arita that use traditional methods of production are nearly glass-like. They are very thin and light, yet durable and adorned in wondrous patterns. Arita ware has been a popular export to mostly Europe since the 17th century. There are far fewer porcelain kilns still in operation today though. Ceramic artisans in Arita today insist on creating the traditional way to preserve this significant part of Japan's history. Every piece of Arita ware is forged in fire for several days before it is finally hand painted. When planning a trip to Japan, there are numerous porcelain-themed attractions in Arita Japan, including the Porcelain Park museum and shrine built with a ceramic archway. ***** SHOW NOTES, GEAR and LINKS ***** Where To Buy Japan Rail Pass How To Use JR Pass In Tokyo. JR Pass Price 🇯🇵 🚅 🎟️ 🚅 http://bit.ly/2BTGkWD Pacsafe Venturesafe X30 Travel Pack - Black Pacsafe Anti Theft Backpack 🚶 🎒 🌏 🎒https://youtu.be/H88dyMkqaOE Pacsafe Metrosafe LS150 Anti-Theft Sling Backpack Review - Travel Light Safely 🚶 🎒 🌏 🎒https://youtu.be/cj6XnbSFcXc SOCIAL MEDIA https://www.instagram.com/bigtriptojapan https://www.facebook.com/BigTripToJapan https://twitter.com/BigTripToJapan CREDITS Arita Porcelain: Firing the Furnace in the 400th Year, JVT-en https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpNXILqYs08 arita porcelain " TIME MACHINE ", REBIRTHPROJECTmovie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PUb7TsqJeE Arita: Japan's 400-year-old porcelain town, CNN http://www.cnn.com/travel/article/arita-porcelain-town/index.html Arita Porcelain Park - 有田有田ポーセリンパーク, Blake Bargueiras https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8Hwuniwq5w DISCLAIMER This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I'll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support! ABOUT This Video In this video, Christopher C. Odom from Big Trip To Japan guides you through Arita Japan 400-Year-Old Porcelain Town - Arita Yaki, The Cradle Of Porcelain Manufacturing. If you are looking for information about Arita Japanese porcelain tile, Arita Japanese porcelain plate, Arita Japanese porcelain and Arita Japanese porcelain figurines, then this Arita Japanese porcelain veneers video will go over Arita Japanese history, Arita Japanese, Arita Japanese pottery and Arita yaki porcelain. This Arita Japanese video also covers Arita yaki pottery, Arita yaki porcelain tile, Arita yaki Japanese and Japanese Arita Imari porcelain. In addition, this Japanese Arita Imari video also discusses Japanese porcelain Arita, Japanese porcelain art 2018 and Arita porcelain. If you are planning to travel to Japan, also check out the Big Trip To Japan Blog for more information. http://bigtriptojapan.com/arita-japan-400-year-old-porcelain-town-arita-yaki-the-cradle-of-porcelain-manufacturing/
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Style House Fine China Picardy Made In Japan
 
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Chinese Antique Porcelain
 
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These are some of my private collections that have been in my family for more than a hundred year. For more, go to my facebook page: www.facebook.com/NioCollections or my web: www.niocollections.com
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Understanding Japanese Green Tea. JAPAN TRIP
 
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In this video, we give you the lowdown on all the different types of Japanese Green teas from Sencha and Bancha all the way to the lofty Gyokuro. After watching us exploring the farms and producers of Japan you will know all the basics of Japanese tea and will decipher a tea menu with ease. ★ A short table of contents to help you navigate through the video 0:46 - Sencha 1:05 - Bancha 1:30 - Kabusecha 1:57 - Gyokuro 6:11 - Tasting different grades of Gyokuro 11:31 - Okumidori Gyokuro plantation - different types of shading 14:03 - First processing stages - factory visit 15:11 - Green tea control room 18:20 - Pesticides in Japanese green teas 20:05 - Makinohara in Shizuoka - Fukamushi style 23:05 - Different styles of Japanese tea plucking 25:01 - Inside the factory - refining steps of tea processing 29:12 - Summary, current problems in Japanese tea market and outlook ★ To taste the tea sourced in the video: Kanaya Midori Sencha: https://meileaf.com/p/tea-kmsc Okumidori Gyokuro: https://meileaf.com/p/tea-gyuc Uji Hikari Matcha: https://meileaf.com/p/tea-hmmc Genmai Matcha: https://meileaf.com/p/tea-gmmc Houjicha: https://meileaf.com/p/tea-hjcc Japanese Green teas are quite rightly revered worldwide as some of the best teas on Earth. They are very different from Chinese Greens and it has reflections in the differences in the two cultures. (Find out more about the differences between Japanese & Chinese Green tea - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAQmDksC5EQ) Artisan Chinese tea is all about individual craftsmanship and a hundred different ways to make a tea whereas in Japan they have raised the overall quality level through standardisation and exacting control over every process. Interestingly, tea made in Taiwan seems to blend the two approaches! The use of technology and a production line approach to maintain efficiency and reduce unwanted variability is something which the Japanese are famous for and it certainly produces tea which is crafted to fit an exacting flavour profile - rich with natural theanine and fresh minerality. The Japanese farmers are some of the most exacting producers we have ever witnessed and it is admirable how they control all of the elements to continually produce high quality tea despite nature's variables. The issue that Japan is facing is that this approach engenders inflexibility and as the teahead's excitedly search for exclusive and small batch tea with individuality, the Japanese tea sales are stalling. Thankfully the farmers are making changes and more Black and Oolong tea experimentaion is happening. I am excited to watch this area of the market bring them success. But whatever the future of other tea types, Japanese Greens are undisputed kings in the tea world and we thoroughly enjoyed sampling our way through the country. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shop online: https://meileaf.com/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Join us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mei_leaf/ Tweet along with us https://twitter.com/mei_leaf_tea Write some friendly graffiti on our Facebook wall https://www.facebook.com/meileaf
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EXPENSIVE OLD FINE CHINA FROM ENGLAND,MAJOR SCORE  ROYAL WORCHESTER & ANSLEY, on CA PICKIN
 
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Hey T & P's, These are two great pieces of older English FIne China. A Mint condition, Art Nouveau dinner serving plate by ROYAL WORCHESTER and a FANTASTIC Real Gold guilded Tea Cup by ANSLEY. WOW on their values! WE'LL SEE HOW THEY SELL? So learn about the Fine China /Porceline / ceramics categories. It is worth it, to know a little about it, and then u can make these finds also? "Keep On Pickin!"
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Mikasa Fine China " My Love " Pattern Pink Rose Garden Japan Vintage
 
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I'm Selling a set of Mikasa Fine China in the " My Love " Pattern ... it has beautiful pastel pink roses ... it's HTF vintage pattern in sought-after ... Botanical garden theme is stunning with silver trim Please see my Ebay Auction .... http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mikasa-Fine-China-My-Love-Vintage-Japan-Heirloom-Pink-Rose-Silver-M-not-Noritake-/161616906355?#
Picture Collection Of Rare & Beautiful Antique Ceramic & Porcelain Cups & Saucers
 
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Collectible Tea Cups & Saucers | Vintage Bone China Tea Sets | Antique Tea Sets | Vintage Tea Cups
 
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To view more collectible and vintage fine bone china cups and saucers please visit my Etsy shop. www.MollysCollectibles.Etsy.com. In this video I share a few more of my bone china cups and saucers. The first set in the video is by EB Foley. This is a fine example of the work done during the period after the 'Foley china Works'was acquired by Elijah Brain the 'EB' in EB Foley. The history of the 'Foley China Works' is quite interesting with several different 'Foley' 'back stamps' or 'marks' used over the period of 1903 to 1963 when the 'Foley' name changed to 'Coalport' and future production was under the Coalport brand. Many designs created under the Foley brand continued under the Coalport brand but Coalport 'marks' replaced Foley's 'marks'. The second set in the video is by Crown Staffordshire. The Crown Staffordshire brand ceased to exist after 1985. I find the relationships between some of the 1500+ pottery companies that existed in a small area of England is quite interesting and incestuous. For instance Coalport, which was discussed above, and their relationship to Foley. Coalport through acquisitions was eventually associated with Crown Staffordshire. The Crown Staffordshire China Co. Ltd. of England produced bone china and porcelain for 172 years however the use of the Crown Staffordshire name was discontinued in 1985. By 1973, Crown Sfaffordshire had been acquired by the Wedgwood Group. The year the Crown Sfaffordshire name was dropped was the same year Coalport (which had also been acquired by the Wedgwood Group) was moved into the factory that had operated under the Crown Staffordshire name since 1833. Production continued in this factory under the Coalport name until 2001. Then the Coalport operation was moved to Wedgwood's factory in Barleston. While Wedgwood continues to produce fine bone china there is no mention of either Coalport or Crown Sfaffordshire (or other Wedgwood acquisitions) on Wedgwood's website. The third vintage tea set in this video was produced under the name "Elisabethan" a trade name of Taylor & Kent. There seems to be very little of the history of Taylor & Kent and the Elizabethan brand online today. The fourth cup and saucer set in this video was manufactured by Paragon. The Paragon trade name was adopted by the "Star China Company" The company was founded in 1899 by the two eldest sons of John Aynsley (of Aynsley China) and a third partner. Sometime after 1907 the company's name was changed to Paragon China LTD. The company was first acquired by the owners of the Royal Albert brand and then again by the Royal Doulton group. In the late 1980's the Paragon brand was discontinued but Paragon designs were carried on under the Royal Doulton name. The fifth and sixth cups in this video were produced by Schrinding in Bavaria Germany. The company was founded in 1901 the company had a few changes of investors and directors and did well in its early years. However after the reunification of Germany competition took its toll on Schirnding. In order to help their declining business Schirnding, in 1991, started a cooperative venture with the English company Royal Stafford China Ltd. This collaboration was not sufficient to reverse the decline of their business so in 1993 Schirnding along with two other medium sized German porcelain manufacturers were merged into the SKV-Porzellan-Union G.m.b.H. Group. It appears the brand was eventually discontinued. The seventh bone china cup and saucer set in this video are from one of my favorite manufacturers the Aynsley China Co. of England. Not only is Aynsley one of my favorite brands, this 'Corset' cup is one of my favorite Aynsley styles. Aynsley is one of the earliest manufacturers of fine bone china and continues thier operations to this day approximately 239 years since they opened their doors. Set number eight in this video is a three piece set by Royal Albert. The Royal Albert brand came into existence in 1970 when the "Thomas C. Wild & Sons Ltd." brand was dropped by the company's new owners. The ninth set in this video is Tuscan fine bone china. The Tuscan brand seems to have come into existence around 1898. Tuscan was another company acquired by the Wedgwood Group by early 1978 the Tuscan Fine Bone China brand was replaced by the "Wedgwood" brand. The tenth set is by Jyoto and it's mark says it is from "Occupied Japan". That would date it between 1945 and 1952. The earliest pieces from Occupied Japan had red back stamps or marks, as this set does, which is thought to date it between 1945 & 1949. The eleventh set is by Aynsley. This hand painted set is signed by D. Jones. The artist was Doris Jones. This is a very collectible set circa 1930's. The final cup and saucer set is by Royal Albert, previously discussed.
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How Otani Workshop Is Transforming Ancient Japanese Ceramics
 
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One can trace the history of Japanese ceramics to the Neolithic era. The art form has attracted a long list of regional craftsmen and cultivated many longstanding traditions such as the traditional tea ceremony. Takashi Murakami collaborator, Shigeru Otani, widely-known as the singular artist behind the alias Otani Workshop, carries on the artistic tradition while injecting contemporary aesthetics to create a unique practice of his own. Humanlike subjects with eccentric features such as elongated arms and misshapen heads are a few hallmark motifs inherent across Otani’s extensive oeuvre. “I think the boundary line of art is swaying. So, rather than saying that I am entering the contemporary art [world], I think I am perhaps at the boundary line of contemporary art,” expressed the artist. “Like where does the contemporary art end?” We recently paid a visit to Otani Workshop’s studio located on the Awaji Island in Japan, shadowing the artist as he nimbly develops a sculpture using rough clay and natural materials such as wood and iron found on the island. These pieces will soon be featured at his first solo show in Galerie Perrotin Seoul in South Korea. Explore the ceramic world of Otani Workshop in the video above and then let us know your thoughts.
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Fine Art Porcelain Ball Jointed Dolls BJD Dolls by Forgotten Hearts. Fiona & Grey A Fairy Tale.
 
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We have to reveal ourselves from the mask to love and to be loved. http://www.Forgotten-Hearts... http://www.facebook.com/FHD... Instagram @FHDolls Forgotten Hearts dolls are made in porcelain by AiiS Roman & Gamalier Bravo. - We have transformed what is known as a traditional doll in to something totally modern taking the female anatomy to its highest level in detail and aesthetics. The "Ball Jointed Dolls" as known in Japan are articulated collectible dolls . The " BJD " has a special mechanism which allows you to pose with ease. - The inspiration behind the dolls: - Everything that involves the making of our dolls is completely handmade. Their wigs are made with real hair and modern styles with Japanese and European trends. Tattooing in modern times has been accepted as a medium of artistic expression. We have incorporated the tattoes symbolically in our art using engraving techniques to represent specific subjects on every doll. Their outfits are inspired by styles such as Anime, Art Nouveau , Harajuku , Victorian, Gothic and others. We incorporate gemstone jewelry like diamonds , agate and pearls. Shoes are also handmade, these include a wide variety of styles like platforms , sandals and slippers. - Our work is a combination of words, music and art. They all have a message to tell based on our own experiences inspired on the afterlife, spirituality, motherhood and memories of the past. We give a unique personality to each one of them. That is why we have incorporated the poetry and videos that are also created by us. - Forgotten Hearts dolls are classified as "One of a Kind" ( OOAK ) they are unique collection pieces. With over 10 years of experience, the end result is a fusion of artistic techniques where sculpture , painting, engravings, illustration , hairdressing , fashion design, poetry, photography and video among others are complemented to create a captivating and unique piece of art. - Brief instructions:- Dolls are made using the finest and silkiest milky white translucent porcelain. They have fully articulated bodies with up to 21 articulation points with leather lining on every joint for a smoother rotation. Some of them have engraved and painted luxurious tattoos. They are painted with permanent china paints, the same that are used in ceramics and porcelains that resist scratches. - They all have Individually applied eyelashes, hand made glass eyes and hand painted face features. All of them have one of a kind premium soft removable mohair wigs. Their outfits are entirely hand made and one of a kind. Keywords: BJD , Ball Jointed Dolls , Porcelain BJD , Ooak , Ooak Dolls , How to make BJD Dolls , Asian BJD , Fine Art , Mermaids , Fairies , Fantasy Dolls , Fairy Tale , Aidamaris Roman , Aiis Roman , Gamalier Bravo , Anime BJD , BJD Frog , BJD Prince , BJD Boy , Male BJD , BJD Guy , Anime Boy , Love Story , BJD Stop Motion Movie , Tattooed BJD , Tattoo , Engraving , Glass Eyes , China Paints , how to make porcelain BJD's , tutorials . FHDolls , Dolls , Forgotten Hearts Dolls , Porcelain Dolls . Collectible Dolls .
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Fine Art Porcelain Ball Jointed Dolls BJD Dolls by Forgotten Hearts. White Basking Moon Mermaid
 
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http://www.Forgotten-Hearts... http://www.facebook.com/FHD... Instagram @FHDolls Forgotten Hearts dolls are made in porcelain by AiiS Roman & Gamalier Bravo. - We have transformed what is known as a traditional doll in to something totally modern taking the female anatomy to its highest level in detail and aesthetics. The "Ball Jointed Dolls" as known in Japan are articulated collectible dolls . The " BJD " has a special mechanism which allows you to pose with ease. - The inspiration behind the dolls: - Everything that involves the making of our dolls is completely handmade. Their wigs are made with real hair and modern styles with Japanese and European trends. Tattooing in modern times has been accepted as a medium of artistic expression. We have incorporated the tattoes symbolically in our art using engraving techniques to represent specific subjects on every doll. Their outfits are inspired by styles such as Anime, Art Nouveau , Harajuku , Victorian, Gothic and others. We incorporate gemstone jewelry like diamonds , agate and pearls. Shoes are also handmade, these include a wide variety of styles like platforms , sandals and slippers. - Our work is a combination of words, music and art. They all have a message to tell based on our own experiences inspired on the afterlife, spirituality, motherhood and memories of the past. We give a unique personality to each one of them. That is why we have incorporated the poetry and videos that are also created by us. - Forgotten Hearts dolls are classified as "One of a Kind" ( OOAK ) they are unique collection pieces. With over 10 years of experience, the end result is a fusion of artistic techniques where sculpture , painting, engravings, illustration , hairdressing , fashion design, poetry, photography and video among others are complemented to create a captivating and unique piece of art. - Brief instructions:- Dolls are made using the finest and silkiest milky white translucent porcelain. They have fully articulated bodies with up to 21 articulation points with leather lining on every joint for a smoother rotation. Some of them have engraved and painted luxurious tattoos. They are painted with permanent china paints, the same that are used in ceramics and porcelains that resist scratches. - They all have Individually applied eyelashes, hand made glass eyes and hand painted face features. All of them have one of a kind premium soft removable mohair wigs. Their outfits are entirely hand made and one of a kind. Keywords: BJD , Ball Jointed Dolls , Porcelain BJD , Ooak , Ooak Dolls , How to make BJD Dolls , Asian BJD , Fine Art , Mermaids , Fairies , Fantasy Dolls , Fairy Tale , Aidamaris Roman , Aiis Roman , Gamalier Bravo , Anime BJD , BJD Frog , BJD Prince , BJD Boy , Male BJD , BJD Guy , Anime Boy , Love Story , BJD Stop Motion Movie , Tattooed BJD , Tattoo , Engraving , Glass Eyes , China Paints , how to make porcelain BJD's , tutorials . FHDolls , Dolls , Forgotten Hearts Dolls , Porcelain Dolls . Collectible Dolls .
Views: 3572 FHDolls
Imari Vase with Dolphin Handles
 
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The traditional Oriental - Japanese Imari style Vase . Painted with cobalt blue and outlined by golden pen drawing. Among them turquoise green leafs, red peonies and enamel painted phoenix birds are featured. For more info about the Imari vase, visit: https://www.herendexperts.com/product/herend-fine-china-6676-0-00-sp481-vase-medium-imari/ Visit our site for more beautiful Herend fine china specialities https://www.herendexperts.com/ https://www.herend.at/ The video is made by Herend Experts, a Herend Austria site. Please contact [email protected] © Vienna - Imre Turi GmbH. All rights reserved!
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December 28th 2018 Bidamount Weekly eBay and Catawiki Auction results from Chinese Porcelain and Art
 
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December 28th 2018 Bidamount Weekly eBay and Catawiki Auction results from Chinese Porcelain and Art. Some great bargains for Christmas WEEK!. Fine Rose Manadrin vase, clobber ware Kangxi dish, fine Cloisonne egg yolk yellow chalice and some changes to the Bidamount site. Also some good Yongzheng plates. Visit us at BIDAMOUNT: https://bidamount.com/ Fun fact, most active eBay users, who buy and sell on the site have two eBay accounts. One for buying, another for selling. Get a first or second one quickly and easily. https://ebay.to/2WKfkU4 #asianart #chineseartauction #chineseporcelain
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Antique Oriental Japanese (19th Cent) Satsuma porcelain
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=15902 - Newel.com: Antique Oriental Japanese (19th Cent) Satsuma porcelain decorated pitcher with scrolll handle and scenes of 2 women and floral design (Oriental, Japanese, accessories, pitcher, porcelain) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
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Vintage Chinese Antique Blue and White Porcelain Bowl
 
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A fantastic and rare antique chinese blue and white porcelain bowl ebay links: ▶︎ https://www.ebay.com/itm/253935935849 Leave a comment and SUBSCRIBE! Thanks for watching!
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Fine Art Porcelain Ball Jointed Dolls BJD Dolls by Forgotten Hearts. Antilope Owl Tattooed Engraved.
 
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One of a kind bjd dolls by http://www.Forgotten-Hearts.com http://www.facebook.com/FHDolls Instagram @FHDolls When the Spirit of Wisdom transform in Maiden form , be aware... She comes disguised, As poisonous flowers and tangled vines. Daughter of Athena, She keeps secrets in frosted ice. Becoming a silent prophet... of the wild untamed hearts. -AiiS http://www.Forgotten-Hearts... http://www.facebook.com/FHD... Instagram @FHDolls Forgotten Hearts dolls are made in porcelain by AiiS Roman & Gamalier Bravo. - We have transformed what is known as a traditional doll in to something totally modern taking the female anatomy to its highest level in detail and aesthetics. The "Ball Jointed Dolls" as known in Japan are articulated collectible dolls . The " BJD " has a special mechanism which allows you to pose with ease. - The inspiration behind the dolls: - Everything that involves the making of our dolls is completely handmade. Their wigs are made with real hair and modern styles with Japanese and European trends. Tattooing in modern times has been accepted as a medium of artistic expression. We have incorporated the tattoes symbolically in our art using engraving techniques to represent specific subjects on every doll. Their outfits are inspired by styles such as Anime, Art Nouveau , Harajuku , Victorian, Gothic and others. We incorporate gemstone jewelry like diamonds , agate and pearls. Shoes are also handmade, these include a wide variety of styles like platforms , sandals and slippers. - Our work is a combination of words, music and art. They all have a message to tell based on our own experiences inspired on the afterlife, spirituality, motherhood and memories of the past. We give a unique personality to each one of them. That is why we have incorporated the poetry and videos that are also created by us. - Forgotten Hearts dolls are classified as "One of a Kind" ( OOAK ) they are unique collection pieces. With over 10 years of experience, the end result is a fusion of artistic techniques where sculpture , painting, engravings, illustration , hairdressing , fashion design, poetry, photography and video among others are complemented to create a captivating and unique piece of art. - Brief instructions:- Dolls are made using the finest and silkiest milky white translucent porcelain. They have fully articulated bodies with up to 21 articulation points with leather lining on every joint for a smoother rotation. Some of them have engraved and painted luxurious tattoos. They are painted with permanent china paints, the same that are used in ceramics and porcelains that resist scratches. - They all have Individually applied eyelashes, hand made glass eyes and hand painted face features. All of them have one of a kind premium soft removable mohair wigs. Their outfits are entirely hand made and one of a kind. Keywords: BJD , Ball Jointed Dolls , Porcelain BJD , Ooak , Ooak Dolls , How to make BJD Dolls , Asian BJD , Fine Art , Mermaids , Fairies , Fantasy Dolls , Fairy Tale , Aidamaris Roman , Aiis Roman , Gamalier Bravo , Anime BJD , BJD Frog , BJD Prince , BJD Boy , Male BJD , BJD Guy , Anime Boy , Love Story , BJD Stop Motion Movie , Tattooed BJD , Tattoo , Engraving , Glass Eyes , China Paints , how to make porcelain BJD's , tutorials . FHDolls , Dolls , Forgotten Hearts Dolls , Porcelain Dolls . Collectible Dolls .
Views: 7384 FHDolls
Fine Art Porcelain Ball Jointed Dolls BJD Dolls by Forgotten Hearts.
 
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Agata A One Of A Kind Porcelain Bjd Doll By Forgotten Hearts http://www.Forgotten-Hearts.com http://www.Forgotten-Hearts... http://www.facebook.com/FHD... Instagram @FHDolls Forgotten Hearts dolls are made in porcelain by AiiS Roman & Gamalier Bravo. - We have transformed what is known as a traditional doll in to something totally modern taking the female anatomy to its highest level in detail and aesthetics. The "Ball Jointed Dolls" as known in Japan are articulated collectible dolls . The " BJD " has a special mechanism which allows you to pose with ease. - The inspiration behind the dolls: - Everything that involves the making of our dolls is completely handmade. Their wigs are made with real hair and modern styles with Japanese and European trends. Tattooing in modern times has been accepted as a medium of artistic expression. We have incorporated the tattoes symbolically in our art using engraving techniques to represent specific subjects on every doll. Their outfits are inspired by styles such as Anime, Art Nouveau , Harajuku , Victorian, Gothic and others. We incorporate gemstone jewelry like diamonds , agate and pearls. Shoes are also handmade, these include a wide variety of styles like platforms , sandals and slippers. - Our work is a combination of words, music and art. They all have a message to tell based on our own experiences inspired on the afterlife, spirituality, motherhood and memories of the past. We give a unique personality to each one of them. That is why we have incorporated the poetry and videos that are also created by us. - Forgotten Hearts dolls are classified as "One of a Kind" ( OOAK ) they are unique collection pieces. With over 10 years of experience, the end result is a fusion of artistic techniques where sculpture , painting, engravings, illustration , hairdressing , fashion design, poetry, photography and video among others are complemented to create a captivating and unique piece of art. - Brief instructions:- Dolls are made using the finest and silkiest milky white translucent porcelain. They have fully articulated bodies with up to 21 articulation points with leather lining on every joint for a smoother rotation. Some of them have engraved and painted luxurious tattoos. They are painted with permanent china paints, the same that are used in ceramics and porcelains that resist scratches. - They all have Individually applied eyelashes, hand made glass eyes and hand painted face features. All of them have one of a kind premium soft removable mohair wigs. Their outfits are entirely hand made and one of a kind. Keywords: BJD , Ball Jointed Dolls , Porcelain BJD , Ooak , Ooak Dolls , How to make BJD Dolls , Asian BJD , Fine Art , Mermaids , Fairies , Fantasy Dolls , Fairy Tale , Aidamaris Roman , Aiis Roman , Gamalier Bravo , Anime BJD , BJD Frog , BJD Prince , BJD Boy , Male BJD , BJD Guy , Anime Boy , Love Story , BJD Stop Motion Movie , Tattooed BJD , Tattoo , Engraving , Glass Eyes , China Paints , how to make porcelain BJD's , tutorials . FHDolls , Dolls , Forgotten Hearts Dolls , Porcelain Dolls . Collectible Dolls .
Views: 2390 FHDolls
Best Rice Bowls [2018]: Saikai Pottery Traiditional Japanese Rice Bowls (5 bowls set) 31623 from
 
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Best Rice Bowls [2018]: Saikai Pottery Traiditional Japanese Rice Bowls (5 bowls set) 31623 from https://clipadvise.com/deal/view?id=Amazon-kitchen-Rice-Bowls-2018-winter For More great Rice Bowls Just Click this link Saikai Pottery Traiditional Japanese Rice Bowls (5 bowls set) 31623 from Japan Traiditional Japanese Rice Bowls (5 bowls set) 31623 from Japan Korean Stainless Steel Rice Bowl + Lid Set Korean Kitchen Restaurant Set of 4 Steel Rice Bowl + Lid Set Korean Kitchen Restaurant Set of 4 Denby Azure Coast Rice Bowl Rice Bowl Sweese 1307 Porcelain Small Asian Bowls - 12 Ounce for Rice, Snack, Salad, Ice Cream - Set of 6, White Porcelain Small Asian Bowls 12 Ounce for Rice, Snack, Salad, Ice... Inomata Japanese Rice Washing Bowl with Strainer, 2.5-Quart Capacity Rice Washing Bowl with Strainer, 2.5 Quart Capacity New Star International Rice Water Bowls for Spring Rolls, 11 (2 pack- fuchsia) International Rice Water Bowls for Spring Rolls, 11 (2 pack ... JapanBargain Smiling Blue Cat Porcelain Rice Bowl 4-1/2-inch Smiling Blue Cat Porcelain Rice Bowl 4 1/2 inch Denby Halo Rice Bowl, Set of 4 Bowl, Set of 4 10 Pcs Fine Porcelain Blue and White Rice Pattern Bowls, Cereal Bowls, Rice Bowls with Free 10 Porcelain Spoons Jingdezhen China Soup Bowl, Fruit Bowl Set Porcelain Blue and White Rice Pattern Bowls, Cereal Bowls, Rice... Hangiri wooden sushi rice bowl with lid (36cm(14.2)) sushi rice bowl with lid (36cm(14.2)) Try also: #SaikaiPottery, #KoreanStainless, #DenbyAzure, #Sweese1307, #InomataJapanese, #NewStar, #JapanbargainSmiling, #DenbyHalo, #10Pcs, #HangiriWooden
Views: 47 KITCHEN & DINING
Arita Ware by Japan Pottery Net
 
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seiroku kiln nakasen kiln banko kiln arita ware nakao yasuzumi nakao hidezumi nakao jun nakamura seiroku nakamura seigo nakakumura emiko shomura ken shomura hisaki
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Japanese dinnerware!!!! Super cute!!!! & more
 
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Japanese dinnerware!!! Purchased here in Sasebo Japan. All great quality and super affordable. Love every detail from the cherry blossoms to the lucky cat. I can't wait to expand my collection. Interested in future videos of our journey here in Japan or anything we purchase along the way, don't forget to subscribe. Hope you enjoyed! Thanks for watching! Video editing kinemaster
The Making Of Wedgwood Reel 1 (1958)
 
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1958? Titles read: 'ASSOCIATED BRITISH PATHE Present - The Making of Wedgwood'. Reel 1. Pan across 1700s painting of canal and buildings of 'Etruria' - garden factory built by "that practical idealist - Josiah Wedgwood... born in 1730". Several scenic shots of countryside in Barlaston, Staffordshire, where the Wedgwood business is now located. A man climbs over a sty and walks beside the lake. Steam train arrives at small rural station. Doors open before the train stops and crowds of men and women (workers) get out and walk along platform, past station sign reading 'Wedgwood'. Shots of the new Wedgwood factory buildings, with statue of Josiah holding a vase (?) in the grounds. Several shots of people at work in the factories; digging clay from big containers and putting it into vats. Using machinery to move ingredients from one place to another and mix them together. Ingredients are weighed as commentator explains the difference between china and earthenware. Pressed slabs of clay are put through a machine that squeezes it into cylindrical shapes. In a showroom we see Chairman and Managing Director Josiah Wedgwood (descendent!) examining pieces of fine china with Victor Skellern, Head of Art Department, and Norman Wilson, Production Director. Artists at drawing boards, working on designs on paper and crockery. Modeller makes prototype urn in clay. Potter at work with clay on wheel. Veteran lathe used by a craftsman and woman wheel-turner. Ornamenter fixing handles to small vases. Woman worker presses clay into a mould and turns out figures used in the famous Wedgwood design 'The Dancing Hours'. A man puts them in position on a bowl. Man doing intricate work on traditional orange bowl. Several shots show process in making dinner plates, cups and a Wedgwood Edme vase. Pottery is fired in the huge, electrically heated kilns, then glazed. Engravers at work. 'Napoleon Ivy' design is printed on a heated roller press and transferred to plate then painted over by hand. (Some of this footage is also found in CP 319 - Crockery Design.) 'Strawberry Hill' design is transferred to a plate. Woman who is Head of the Wedgwood School of Freehand Paintresses at work on 'Vine' design. Others at work on 'Ruby Tonquin' design, which, after several coatings of paint and powder, washings and firings, results in a red background with golden flowers. Continued in Reel 2. FILM ID:2709.01 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
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Lee Kang-hyo 'Onggi Master' - film about a Korean potter
 
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Please watch: "Ken Matsuzaki | The Intangible Spirit | GOLDMARK" Join us for the premiere this Saturday. Click 'set reminder' to be notified https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9clFHIrv4E --~-- Our documentary tells the story of Lee Kang-hyo’s search for a beautiful life, through his work with clay and the love of his family. Set against the backdrop of his South Korean studio, it gives an insight into the spiritual journey that plays a vital part in his artistic practice. Lee is world-famous for combining the traditional Korean technique called Onggi - a technique that allows him to make enormous, often man-sized pots and the puncheong (buncheong) decorating technique. Watch him constructing three of these giant Onggi pots over a five-day period, culminating in an exciting explosion of glaze and colour as Lee sets about decorating them in his inimitable fashion. His work is exhibited all over the world in major national museums such as the Victoria & Albert Museum, The British Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Art Institute of Chicago and the International Ceramic Museum in Italy. The music in the film is Samulnori music. Samulnori basically means “four instruments” and the four instruments are Kwaengwari, jing, janggu, and buk. View and buy pots by Lee Kang-hyo on Goldmark's website: http://bit.ly/1EJtEwZ What is Goldmark Gallery? A family business, we've been selling art from the Goldmark Gallery in Uppingham, UK for over 40 years and hold over 50,000 items in stock. Explore a wide range of the very best art and ceramics available to you through our website (http://www.goldmarkart.com) where you'll also find scholarship pages, books, online catalogues and even GoldmarkTV! Enjoy your visit here: http://bit.ly/18ZF7Lv
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DIY Craft studio chic daddy kit Real Japanese  Style Room
 
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ART DECO Nippon Coraline Vase
 
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Antique 1909 Japanese Kinran Nippon Coraline Beaded Porcelain Vase
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Fine craft : porcelain painting in Japan
 
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This artist was paiting on porcelain cups and presenting his works in Kanazawa's castle. This was part of a fine crafts exhibition - there are still some amazing craftsmen in Japan who are able to reproduce traditional works very accurately.
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Rose Arbor with Birds Herend Vase series
 
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Rose Arbor with Birds Herend Vase special series Limited edition vases. The decor with the birds and roses has been made especially for large decorative elements. The pierced wall plate and the two vases are the first elements painted with it. Visit our site for more beautiful Herend fine china specialities https://www.herendexperts.com/ https://www.herend.at/ The video is made by Herend Experts, a Herend Austria site. Please contact [email protected] © Vienna - Imre Turi GmbH. All rights reserved!
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European Bone China Tea Cup and Saucers Set|Gold Banding Ceramic Coffee Cups
 
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This is European style fine bone china ceramic cups, which can be used for tea, coffee and many other drinks. A good set for afternoon tea time. Contact information: Website: https://www.acoome.com Whatsapp:+8613298317709 Email:[email protected] Skype:Ellie
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